Looking for that motorized trail experience to enjoy with family and friends? The Shotgun OHV System offers a mix of challenges, scenic views, technical features, and amenities to satisfy the OHV enthusiast. Thirty miles of forest trails wind throughout 8,320 acres of low-elevation forest uniquely situated within the mid-Willamette Valley. Following a good ride, visitors can unwind and warm themselves at 2 OHV facilities, Crooked Creek Staging Site and Cascade View OHV Complex. Novice riders can further hone their skills at the dedicated training site and beginners trail loop that are included within the Cascade View OHV Complex.
Know Before You Go:
The Shotgun OHV Staging Area is open YEAR ROUND.
Summer wildfire danger may result in temporary trail closure.
All Class I and II riders must carry on their vehicle a fire extinguisher (8 oz. or larger) during fire season.
All Class II and IV operators must carry a fire extinguisher (2 pound or larger) year round.
A valid Oregon State ATV permit is required for all OHVs
Point of Interest:
Maps of the trail system are located at the 2 staging facilities and the Eugene BLM Office. The maps also depict intermingled private lands. While riding, stay on signed trails and be respectful of neighboring private lands.